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The nerve-racking fear for a global currency war determined most part of the second half of 2010. In his outlook on 2011 bravenewlook stated, that this topic is not covered extensively anymore, but is still very much there. Following up … Continue reading
China, as the second largest economy and the biggest export nation, is gaining more and more influence on the world market. Experts claim we could be at the edge of a revolution of the financial markets, having the yuan as … Continue reading
… the currency war is not over yet.
The burst of the US real estate bubble and the resulting bust of subprime credit was the main reason for the heaviest economical crisis since the Great Depression. Everybody vows that it shouldn’t and must not happen again, but let … Continue reading
The Chinese market of renewable energy is booming and even further growth can be expected. Experts see very profitable investment opportunities.
A recent report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) states that China’s property market has indeed formed a bubble – but the fund says it is only restricted to larger cities and is not growing in extreme dimensions.